Year One Finale – Q&A extravaganza!

It’s been a year! In this final episode of 2019, we revisit some of our most popular conversations so far. Much of this material ended up on the cutting room floor the first time around, so it’s all-new content for regular listeners!

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A throbbing in my nether regions – Michelle

Michelle was attracted to males early in life, but those feelings cooled and she came out as a lesbian. Her wife of 17 years is the love of her life, but their physical relationship has always been difficult. Recently Michelle met a man who brought her sexual feelings roaring back to life, causing her to question her sexuality.

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The funny one, not the pretty one – Erin

Erin is a queer woman who deals with OCD, has tattoos that help her love her body, and has always seen herself as the “funny one” not the “pretty one.” This is a really fun conversation that you don’t want to miss!

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There’s something to be said for having tits – Davina

Davina is Jewish, queer, and transgender. Consider this your opportunity to listen in on the questions you WISH you could ask but know you shouldn’t – having sex as a trans person and how it works; the current state of her genitals and how she likes them to be interacted with; and much more!

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Season One finale – The Quick Five extravaganza!

Each regular episode ends with a rapid fire Q&A, “The Quick Five.” But I ask more questions than I broadcast, so this special episode is a compilation of those answers. I hope what you’ll take away from this is that however you do YOU and YOUR BODY is exactly perfect for YOU. Plus, at the end, I share my takeaways from season one of Good Girls Talk About Sex!

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My sex education came from Judy Blume – Dr. Evelin Dacker

Dr. Evelin Dacker is a sex-positive physician in Oregon and the CEO of Sex Positive Portland. She is also the creator of the STARS talk, a format for talking about your sexuality and preferences so that we can ALL have more satisfying sexual encounters with both current and new partners.

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My boobs aren’t an erogenous zone – Liz

When it came to exploring her sexuality, Liz took her time – while all her friends were gossiping about their boyfriends and hookups as teenagers, Liz knew she wasn’t ready to lose control. As a single woman, she now has sex occasionally while she waits to find love.

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